What is a quick deed?

Answer A quick deed, more commonly known as a quitclaim deed, releases a seller's legal right to a piece of real estate. The grantor (property owner) signs over property rights to the grantee (property re... Read More »

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What is a quick warranty deed?

There is no such term as a "quick warranty deed." Some people confuse the term "quitclaim deed" for "quick deed." A quitclaim deed and a warranty deed are different. Quitclaim deeds transfer owners... Read More »

What Is a Quick Land Deed?

A quick land deed is more commonly known as a "quit claim deed." A person transferring ownership of real property to another by deed is known as a "grantor." A person to whom real estate ownership... Read More »

How can you force your condo association to abide by the Master Deed and provide all of the parking stated in the deed?

You can write a letter to your board citing the section of the Master Deed that references parking. In the letter, ask for time on the agenda at the next board meeting and request an open discussio... Read More »

The Definition of a Special Warranty Deed and Deed of Trust in Texas?

A real estate sale in Texas commonly involves three documents: a deed, promissory note and deed of trust. The deed is the document used to convey title to the property from seller to buyer. Texas l... Read More »